Typographic Fencing defines space and prompts conversation by creating large-scale text in areas where it is not expected— around the edges of parking lots, near ravines, off divided highways. These installations are woven out of flagging-tape, a simple, inexpensive material used to mark boundaries. Squares in chain-link or vertical-bar fences become pixels on a screen or canvas, the medium for messages. Typically, large text is reserved for advertising. Instead of commanding consumption, the directives and ponderings of the weavings are less clear: “get there”, “remember this”— even a contemplative “someday I will ignore my doubts” or “up until this point I knew.” They are installed anonymously, converting overlooked spaces into landmarks. By transforming large-text into large questions, they aim to spark a dialogue.